Lagoona thrash Swiss-Bel

Lagoona thrash Swiss-Bel

ManamaLagoona byposting the highest score of the tournament in its fourth game have trashed Swiss –Bel by 78 runs. Right handed batsman Younis have shown his classis skills by scoring 41 runs in the Six-Six Inter Hotel Charity Cricket Tournament going on at The Ritz- Carlton, Bahrain. 

Some exciting games had been witnessed by the huge crowd on the eleventh evening where four matches have been played accordingly. Best Western, Lagoona Beach, Le Meridien and Sheraton have scored their wins against Westin, Swiss-Bel, K Hotel and Ramada Amwaj respectively. 

SCORECARDS

Results: Match 1:

Best Western (58 for 1 in 6 overs) defeated Westin (13 for all out in 4.1 overs) by 45 runs. Man of the Match: Vipin

Match 2:

Lagoona Beach (91 for 3 in 6 overs) defeated Swiss-Bel (13 for all out in 4.1 overs) by 78 runs. Man of the Match: Younis

Match 3:

K Hotel (29 for all out in 5.2 overs) lost to Le Meridien (30 for 1 in 3.2 overs) by 5 wickets. Man of the Match: Vishal

Match 4:

Sheraton (53 for all out in 4.4 overs) defeated Ramada Amwaj (38 for all out in 4.3 overs) by 15 runs. Man of the Match: Shehryar

Previous day results:

Match 1:

Sheraton (21 for all out in 4.3 overs) lost to Downtown Rotana (22 for 2 in 3.4 overs) by 4 wickets. Man of the Match: Qasim

Match 2:

Domain (35 for 4 in 6 overs) lost to I.H.E (36 for 4 in 5.5 overs) by 2 wickets. Man of the Match: Imran

Match 3:

Swiss-Bel (15 for all out in 4.5 overs) lost to Ritz Carlton B (19 for 2 in 2 overs) by 4 wickets. Man of the Match: Fawad Khan

Match 4:

Diplomat (61 for in 6 overs) defeated Royal Phoenicia (23 for all out in 4.3 overs) by 38 runs. Man of the Match: Raja Shahzad.




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